The five-year closure of the Radical Road on Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh has been condemned as “nonsensical” and “bizarre” by leading safety experts.
Residents, walking groups and local politicians have urged a Clackmannanshire estate manager to “immediately” reopen a popular path that has been sealed off.
Ministers must force public bodies to ditch land access restrictions and fees as high as £700, say running events organisers.
Outdoor events popular for decades in the Pentland Hills have been cancelled this year due to new restrictions and price demands from land managers.
A Scottish Government agency has delayed plans to re-open a famous and popular footpath in Edinburgh, prompting angry denunciations from walkers and climbers.
A Highland sporting estate owned by the billionaire family of Kate Middleton’s sister has been urged to stop deterring access at Glen Affric's famous loch.
Scottish Government agency under attack after seeming to encourage people to “enjoy walks” along a famous footpath in Edinburgh long closed to the public.
Network Rail spent more than £30,000 on plans to fence off a popular Highland level crossing, despite widespread opposition.
Landholders have allegedly blocked or deterred public access to Scotland’s paths more than 1,000 times in recent years according to data logged by local authorities.